I’m hosting a virtual roundtable discussion this week to talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of meetup group events. Please join me for a robust discussion around what’s great and not-so-great about user groups. I’m hopeful that this will be a fruitful discussion of fun stories, lessons learned, and encouragement for all our members to consider joining or even starting their own user group in their region. This will also be a great place to brainstorm new ideas for virtual sessions that you’d like to see presented in our Global Virtual Community group’s weekly sessions.
The format of this session will be informal - like an unconference session. If you’ve never attended an unconference, the idea is that someone volunteers to facilitate discussion amongst the other attendees. There is no set agenda, so the flow of ideas and conversation happens more naturally. So, bring your ideas, your stories, your gripes, and your celebrations to share with the group.
Even if you can’t attend, please give a shout out about this event on your various social channels to get the word out and encourage our fellow MongoDB’ers to join us.
See you there!